 Introduction Global population : an overview Population and Emissions Population Policy China and India : ...
I = PATI = Environmental impact (I)P= Population (P)A= Affluence (economic product or consumption per person)T= Technology...
Source : Lutz, Wolfgang, 2009
“Future population growth in developingnations could accentuate climate change.A reduction in growth rates would,therefore...
The 1980s and 1990s sawthe greatest numbers of added people
Mortality declined :-Medical advances (antibioticsand vaccines)-Dietary improvement-Public health/Sanitation-Safe drinking...
Population of the 20 most populous countries (millions) 1950 2010 ...
Population byage groups andsex
- Uganda has average 6.67 children/woman (one of the highest in the world)- Prenzlau (East Germany) : less than 300...
Source: Khatib (2011)“Population growth or decline will continue to be a key determinant of futureemissions increases” (Sc...
Source: http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EN.ATM.CO2E.PC/countries?display=map
 China India United States
India China
China and India : The Billionaires
China
2010
 The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in Kyoto, Japan, on 11 December 1997 and entered into force on 16 February 2005 ...
 70% of future world population growth is take place in 20 countries in Africa and Asia (not included China) S...
Population projections (high,medium and low to 2300). TheUnited Nations high, medium,and low population projectionsare bas...
 Developed countries -Stable/declining population - Lower growth : fewer opportunities for changes and limitat...
Figure . Population by age and sex in more-developed and less-developed countries, 2010Source :Samir KC.2013
 Population policy is important in mitigation and adaptation to climate change Reproductive health service Fac...
 China, US and India : more than 40% world’s population and 45% produce CO2 emissions Stabilizing global populati...
“People are part of theProblem of Climate Changeand Part of The Solution”(O’neill et.al 2001)
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Population and Climate Change

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  • 1.  Introduction Global population : an overview Population and Emissions Population Policy China and India : The Billionaires Future Demographic Emissions Conclusion
  • 2. I = PATI = Environmental impact (I)P= Population (P)A= Affluence (economic product or consumption per person)T= Technology U NFPA—because everyone counts
  • 3. Source : Lutz, Wolfgang, 2009
  • 4. “Future population growth in developingnations could accentuate climate change.A reduction in growth rates would,therefore, help mitigate climate changewhile speeding up poverty reduction anddevelopment.” (Guzman 2009)
  • 5. The 1980s and 1990s sawthe greatest numbers of added people
  • 6. Mortality declined :-Medical advances (antibioticsand vaccines)-Dietary improvement-Public health/Sanitation-Safe drinking water-Vector controlFertility declined :-Desired family size-Link with education and income-contraception
  • 7. Population of the 20 most populous countries (millions) 1950 2010 1950 2100
  • 8. Population byage groups andsex
  • 9. - Uganda has average 6.67 children/woman (one of the highest in the world)- Prenzlau (East Germany) : less than 300 babies/year because of the lack of young woman- Thailand : only 6% of Thai women more than 60 attended any secondary school- Andhra pradesh (India): young mothers (married at 16), more than 60% women are sterilized at 23.
  • 10. Source: Khatib (2011)“Population growth or decline will continue to be a key determinant of futureemissions increases” (Scheinder, et.al 2010)
  • 11. Source: http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EN.ATM.CO2E.PC/countries?display=map
  • 12.  China India United States
  • 13. India China
  • 14. China and India : The Billionaires
  • 15. China
  • 16. 2010
  • 17.  The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in Kyoto, Japan, on 11 December 1997 and entered into force on 16 February 2005 International agreement linked to the UNFCCC, which commits its Parties by setting internationally binding emission reduction targets In Doha, Qatar, on 8 December 2012, the "Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol" was adopted.
  • 18.  70% of future world population growth is take place in 20 countries in Africa and Asia (not included China) Smaller families : education, health care, family planning and opportunities for women Reducing poverty and inequality can slow population growth Ensuring that every child is wanted and every childbirth safe can lead to smaller and stronger families
  • 19. Population projections (high,medium and low to 2300). TheUnited Nations high, medium,and low population projectionsare based on assumptions aboutcurrent and future fertility,mortality, and migration. Datafrom United Nations PopulationDivision (2004)World Population to 2300.Source :Leahy and Engelman,2008
  • 20.  Developed countries -Stable/declining population - Lower growth : fewer opportunities for changes and limitation for efficiency gains - Infrastructures efficiency improvement Developing countries - High population rate - Opportunity lower energy uses Migration
  • 21. Figure . Population by age and sex in more-developed and less-developed countries, 2010Source :Samir KC.2013
  • 22.  Population policy is important in mitigation and adaptation to climate change Reproductive health service Fact: only 54% woman use modern contraception, and less than 10% in Africa Family planning especially in developing countries
  • 23.  China, US and India : more than 40% world’s population and 45% produce CO2 emissions Stabilizing global population is a key role to address ‘cause and effect’ climate change Scientific, political, technology and health care might affect population growth
  • 24. “People are part of theProblem of Climate Changeand Part of The Solution”(O’neill et.al 2001)